Set in a vast agricultural area, Saint-Hyacinthe has a cosmopolitan, festive, cultural and gourmet flair.

The city’s downtown core has a European feel, boasting restaurants and patios. It’s home to Québec’s oldest public market abounding with regional products. Definitely an agri-food hub, the city is also unique because of its heritage, bike path network, events and the Rivière Yamaska!

To be discovered

Here are some recommendations to help you make the most of your stay. Welcome to our beautiful city!

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